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Bill Requiring Residency for Insurance Producer Licensees Sent to Governor

The House passed Senate Bill 229 unanimously last month. This bill requires applicants for a Delaware resident producer insurance license to either be a Delaware resident or to work for an entity that has a physical location in Delaware out of which the business of insurance is conducted.

This bill prohibits the practice of out-of-state applicants using Delaware registered agents or postal boxes to establish residency in Delaware. These changes will help to reduce or eliminate the improper marketing of insurance plans by bad actors that seek to avoid regulatory oversight through these licensing practices.

Senate Bill 229 SponsorsYes VotesNo Votes
Mantzavinos, Lopez, WilsonSenate Passes 20-0-1. Brown Ennis Gay Hansen Lockman Mantzavinos Pinkney Poore S.McBride Sokola Sturgeon Townsend Walsh Bonini Hocker Lawson Lopez Pettyjohn Richardson WilsonParadee (not voting)
Bush, BaumbachHouse Passes 41-0. Baumbach Bennett Bentz Bolden Freel Bush Carson Chukwuocha Cooke Dorsey-Walker Griffith Heffernan K.Johnson K.Williams Kowalko Lambert Longhurst Lynn Matthews Minor-Brown Mitchell Morrison Osienski S.Moore Schwartzkopf Wilson-Anton  Briggs King Collins D.Short Dukes Gray Hensley M.Smith Morris Postles Ramone Shupe Smyk Spiegelman Vanderwende YearickNone
Current Status: Sent to Governor

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